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just feel a little cramped. aquaman! we could fit a nice big table here. i'm lisa. and i'm doug. this is our baby. and we're looking for our first place. it's important for us to find a house now, because we're barely fitting our things in as it is. if you're in the living room, you're basically in the baby's room-- socks, clothes, bedding. these are all things that need to be in a nursery. it's definitely time to find a bigger place. (narrator) an expecting couple in chicago is desperate to find extra room before baby makes three. this'll be the baby's room. this is cute. a short sale becomes the front-runner for their first place until they discover a jaw-dropper. there is a swimming pool in the basement. (man) it's bad. your sewer is backed up. lisa is ready to walk. now i'm freaked out. but doug wants to explore the fine line between d.i.y. and d.o.a. i could do a lot of the demo. (man) to do that-- 25 to 30 grand. as the due date approaches, how will doug and lisa resolve this standoff over their first place? i still like it. i don't. i want out. closed captions provided by
. your sewer is backed up. lisa is ready to walk. now i'm freaked out. but doug wants to explore the fine line between d.i.y. and d.o.a. i could do a lot of the demo. (man) to do that-- 25 to 30 grand. as the due date approaches, how will doug and lisa resolve this standoff over their first place? i still like it. i don't. i want out. closed captions provided by scripps networks, llc. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. i'm a pharmaceutical sales representative. and i'm a distributor for a medical device company. currently, we live in a small apartment in the city of chicago. (lisa) our price range for our first place is somewhere between... we are looking for a single-family home with at least three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a big basement. (doug) we're really interested in a lot of space in the home. here we have a brick bungalow. (doug) our realtor is courtney. she's been a good friend of mine for probably 12, 13 years. super cute, very cute. uh, north mayfair, like we talked about. (doug) mayfair is a great little neighborhood on the north side of chicago that has a lot of
'm in the middle of something here, ok? i'm on my route today, right? doug? mommy's busy. but this is a really funny story. ok, just because i'm doing this project from home doesn't mean i'm sitting around here doing nothing. ok? my boss wants me to translate this humongous piece of real estate jargon crap into layman's terms so a jury can understand it, ok? i don't have time for your little story. mm-hmm, but you did have time for that story. which, by the way, was a snoozefest. please? fine. how many times have i asked you not to do that? i'm sorry. look, i'm clearly starved for attention. all right, fine. tell me your damn story! i'm in my truck, right? i'm making my stops. nothing out of the ordinary, when i look down at the address label on my next delivery. guess what the guy's name is? i don't know. what? bubka penis. gimme a break. that's not the guy's real name. yes, it was. i asked him for proof. he showed me his driver's license. doug, nobody's last name is penis. nobody frthis country, snob. he happens to be from israel. apparently it's like smith over there. ok, so is that it?
. i am willing to do just about anything to get into my own home. this is awesome ! my name's doug triechman. i grew up in san diego, and now i'm getting ready to buy my first place in denver, colorado. this move is gonna allow me to start what i've always dreamed of, and that's buying a home. and i'm looking to spend about $200,000 on my very first home. the san diego market right now is really hot. it's got the best weather, the most beautiful land, great views of the ocean. it's a great place to live. but with that comes a price. $859,000 for a two-bedroom, one-bath, 1,200-square-feet house ? that's outrageous. for $200,000, you could probably buy a studio condo at about 400 square feet and not that great of an area. so i need to move. ( narrator ) this first-time buyer stretches his buying power by moving to denver. i want a big house ! but when he searches on-line to find his first place-- here i go thinking i can just buy a house off the internet-- doug takes the biggest financial risk of his life-- all right ! buying a house sight unseen. small room number one. you weren't l
place because of the weather. it's a good place, 'cause it's tax free. i'm a triathlete, and doug does the duathlons, so this was an opportunity for us, you know, to be running every day, swimming every day, biking every day. we're just so excited about all these opportunities. doug is already working in his new accounting job in grand cayman's capital george town. so while doug and kendy search for a home, they're living temporarily in a rental apartment at a timeshare condo resort. can we bring the bartender to the new house? my ideal home is preferably close to the water. i'd like to have waterfront, so i have to be realistic, but i do want it to feel open and casual and relaxed. and i don't think you can get that without a certain amount of square feet, so ideally it's probably around 3,000 square feet. we'd like to have at least three bedrooms, at least two and a half baths, three baths. can't get better than that. (doug) our budget is about ci$800,000. which is about us$1 million. it would be nice to have a pool, because after we run, we certainly go for a swim, and basically, i'
," on your side. >>> good tuesday morning. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning. we will have more on that situation out west. we begin with your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> brian van de graaff, a bit of a chill in the air. >> there is a nip in the air. 52 in winchester. 53 in woodbridge. it was 54 degrees in fairfax this morning. it is a cool start to the morning. total sunshine, comfortable conditions, lowumidity. normally we are about 84 degrees. cracku>> traffic looks ok. nothing to report along 66. the issue will be traffic across the american legion bridge. those are the headlights in the camera with a substantial drop- off in the pavement. the far le lane d the far right lane of the smoothest to go. there is an incredible bump in the center lanes. traffic on the right out of bethesda to get into bethesda -- to get into virginia seems smoothes. >> thank you. >>> we begin with a check on the developing situation out west. >> the deadly wildfire has forced thousands of people to flee. the flames are threatening a mountaintop. pamela brown ha
. good morning >>>, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. thank you for joining us. but it is started with your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> brian van de graaff, it is warm and sticky. >> de two of fault -- day two of fall. 70 in chantilly. seven process across the board this morning. periods of warm and sunshine. some showers cannot be ruled out. mid 80's, like yesterday. we will see some improvements as early as tomorrow. >> it is humid outside. very cool on the highway. no problems to report and all as far as traffic around the beltway. south into richmond, north into baltimore, and good into the district. dulles greenway, dulles toll road, 28, it looks excellent. nice ride here in virginia. headlights north out of newington. this is 270 traffic, nothing complicated in either direction at fath hurley boulevard. now to top stories. >> thank you. >>> president obama said the world cannot get angry when the u.s. acts alone. >> the president will urge the group of 20 advanced economies to work together. pamela brown is live with a preview of toda
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. good >>> monday morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. thank you for joining us on this monday. let's begin with your weather. what a great day yesterday. it was really nice. >> we will look for lots of nshine, temperatures in the mid mid 80's. by the time we get to the middle part of the week, it will be more cloudy and damp. 64 in gaithersburg. your winds are light. temperatures in the mid 80's. >> qui traffic. everything looks cool on the highway. overnight construction at the wilson bridge. we are good on 95 in and out of baltimore. this is the 270 corridor. it is great. headlights heading south down. no problems out of germantown. this is 95 in virginia. theed side is heading southbound in springfield. >> thank you. >>> it was on this day one year ago that lehman brothers collapse. >> the president is calling for more oversight of the financial institution. we have more on wall street reforms. >> later today, the president is expected to talk about plans to wind down the government's role in the financial sector, and this comes on the annivers
," on your side. >>> good thursday morning. i am doug mckelway. >> and diane greta kreuz. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. we begin with brian van de graaff. cool again and out there. >> temperatures are a couple of degrees warmer because we have some extra cloud cover. 62 downtown. 55 in leesburg. not too many 40's outside. there is a storm off the coast. all lots of cloud cover backing into the area. -- a lot of cloud cover backing into the area. a mix of cloud and son today. near 80 degrees. a gorgeous afternoon. >> >> traffic is gorgeous in the morning. across the wilson bridge, much better. they did some overnight roadwork near river road. you can see the lanes are moving in all directions. headlights are going over that substantial bump. Ñithis is off the american legin bridge. nothing is changing. it is good off 95. red is heading south. for those who want to slip out early, we will let you know what is in for the long haul and we have you covered. Ñiçónow to greta and doug. >> thank you. >>> we have the late on a dramatic police chase that ended in the di
.ncicap.org-- >>> a good morning, washington. i am doug mckelway. we will check in with beverly farmer. a few showers at my house overnit. >> fairly close, falls church, arlington. three-quarters of 1 inch of rain in my backyard. it looks like we will see a few more showers as we go through the afternoon and evening hours. right now, we are seeing the rain, but it is out of our viewing area in west virginia nsyltonia. into p western pennsylvania, they have some rain. tticehe showers. these are to the south. north carolina, the coastline, that will continue to push our way and most likely arrive later this afternoon and into the evening. we do have showers in the forecast later on today, especially along i-95. right now, upper 60's. later today, the upper 70's. beverly farmer, what is happening? >> not much, as you would expect, but with a forecast like that -- right now, no problems to report. the corridor in virginia is in great shape. coming back up from fredericksburg and up towards the beltway in springfield, accident free. between the american legion bridge and the woodrow wilson bridge, in maryland,
and doug foley, reminder of what comes up on sunday. nhra race day presented by lucas oil, with mike and dave and the finals, espn2, 7:00 in the evening. brandon bernstein, he is a contender in the the battle for playoffs, but 13th not in the field. that's doug foley on the other side. that should put brandon in, a 3.86, moves him up to third. and is the quickest run of this session. right now, third place. remember, first place pays off three. second place, two third place, one. right now he's got a point. >> had to run quicker than a 3.91 to get into the top 12 and boy, did he ever at 3.86, puts him in the number three spot currently, nice pass by the team. >> coming up, larry dixon, number one qualifier last year and tony schumacher, who tied big daddy for indy race wins at eight. here is the 1,000-foot records and remember, e.t., you get 20 points if you can break that record. >> that's quicker than a 3.771 and back it up within 1% to get that national record. >> schumacher was fourth, he moves to number one with a 3.85 at 315 miles an hour. dixon jumps up one spot into fifth. >>
morning washington," on your side. good >>> morning, washington. it is 6:00. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning, everybody. ank you for joining us on this wednesday. time for your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> here is adam caskey who is loving this early spate of fall. >> this morning, a lot like yesterday. we have considerable cloud cover to start our day. temperatures are mainly in the mid 50's. tomorrow morning, 10 degrees cooler. winchester, 54. fort meade, 52. in the district, 57. mainly cloudy with some sunshine throughout the day. a few sprinkles cannot be ruled out. not as breezy as yesterday. >> we are doing ok. 95 is slowing into dale ty. on 66, and delays in manassas and centreville. frederick, the ramp from 26 west remains closed because of a crash on the ramp. it is a good pace on 395 leaving duke street to the pentagon. this is traffic through oxon hill across the wilson bridge and moving at a good pace in both directions. >> thk you. >>> we are following some breaking news in fairfax county. >> fire crews are on the scene at bri
.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. thank you for joining us. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> alison and lisa baden are back on the job. it is chilly out there. >> there is a little bit of a christmas start. more -- more of a crisp star to. we have numbers there range from the 50's in bethesda, 53 in gaithersburg. we will continue to seek a gusty wind today. lots of sunshine this morning. wwill see partly to mostly cloudy skies this afternoon. it should remain dry. temperatures are much cooler. adam is back in the storm chaser in san. >> very nice right now around the beltway. -- adam is back in 10. >> good right now in and out of the district. so tickled you're with us this morning. it will take a look into the cameras. 270 traffic looks good at father hurley boulevard. nothing complicated in virginia on the dulles greenway, the dulles toll road, 95, and 66. we will keep an eye for traffic in the district. we do have top stories. >> thank you. >>> the white ho
morning, washington. it is 6:00. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. great to have you join us on a tuesday. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> we start with brian van de graaff. >> outside this morning, it is not quite as cool as yesterday morning. we have a lot of 60's this morning. we will look for some added clouds. it will be a nice day. mid 60's. your afternoon high, mid 80's. partly cloudy skies. there is going to be some big changes come tomorrow. here is lisa baden. >> some changes for drivers out of frederick. 270 southbound, minor crash has been moved onto the shoulder. look at these cameras. 270 south about approaching 109 as a normal volume. nothing on route 7 heading through sterling. the greenway and toll road look good. this is 95 traffic, all those headlights out of dale city up to the beltway. there was an accident overnight. new york avenue was closed for a few hours. the road has been reopened. we would give you more details on that. >> thank you. >>> more details. police were following a car at the thought was stolen, but they called off
.ncicap.org-- >>> good wednesday morning. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. thank you for ining us on this wednesday morning. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> let's start with brian van de graaff. more moisture out there. >> the storm system off our coast is impacting us with the easterly winds flow. i noticed this band of rain to the north. bit.rain is sinking south w b a better chance for rain tomorrow. we are mainly in mid 60's. why. mostly cow -- mostly cloudy with the temperature in the low to mid 70's. >> interstate travel looks good. right now at the american legion bridge, everything is open. overnight construction is out of the way. the headlights are heading out of virginia and getting into maryland's. nothing complicated to report as far as 270 traffic. plenty of traffic out of fredericksburg this is 95 in virginia. not too bad through loudoun county. the dulles greenway is good at 28. " will have more on the traffic seen. >> thank you. >>> we begin with a developing story. >> police are investigating an overnight homicide in silver spring. matt bro
.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good wednesday morning. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. great to have you joining us on this wednesday. your traffic and weather together every 10 mites. >> let's start with brian van de graaff. very steamy out there this morning. >> there is some headed monster. a couple sprinkles down in south western comic -- there is some steamy weather out there. there will be peaks of sunshine. much cooler this afternoon. highs in the mid 70's with some light showers possible. >> traffic is moving nicely around the beltway. we had an opening of the wilson bridge. that is complete. moving nicely at the american legion bridge. no disruption in service in virginia, 66, 95, up 395. good on 81. good on 210 and28. a nice ride in and out of baltimore. at franklin avenue, there is an accident. you have to find police direction. this is to get towards 16th street. everything is open. >>> we could get our first look at health care legislation. the compromise measure is billed as bipartisan. >> d.c. residents are getting the
," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. happy friday, everybody. we are all celebrating the end of the workweek today. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> we do have some rain coming down. here is brian van de graaff. >> things are not working out the way we thought yesterday. we thought the rain would push away. it did not come together overnight like we thought. there are some showers west of town. temperatures are near 70. some light showers early on. partial clearing. temperatures hovering steady throughout the day. >> there is wet pavement on the highway. no accides to report. they are clearing overnight roadwork out of the way. you should find things relatively smooth. i will show you some cameras to demonstrate the pace of traffic. 270 heading south from frederick. take you to leesburg traffic on the dulles greenway and the dulles toll road. back to top stories. >> thank you. >>> two men are under arrest for their role in an alleged terror plot. correct their wanted to kill members of the military. daniel boyd
of the cameras. this is beltway traffic good over on for 95 at 29. alison and doug. -- for 95 at 29. >> thank you. >>> it was one year ago a year ago that lehman brothers collapse. >> brianne carter is live outside the white house with more on the white house reforms. >> the president is expected to give a speech in new york just after noon today and he is expected to talk about plans with the government will wind down their role in the financial sector. many people believe the collapse of lehman brothers triggered the financial crisis. one year ago, the bank collapsed. lehman brothers when belly up, marking a key moment in the global financial meltdown. since then, nearly 6 million jobs have been lost and the average value of a home has decreased by 15%. many economists say it would have been worse without the big bailout. >> they have done good work in stabilizing the financial systems. the risk of another panic is still very high. >> the president is expected to argue that there should be tougher regulations to prevent another collapse. obama is expected to again try and push congress to pass
, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. 6:00. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning. thank you for joining us on this thursday. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> let's start with brian van de graaff and see what today brings. >> we do have some sprinkles on the radar. a storm off the coast will start to is to bring with it so heaea her h rain. r' picking up some sprinkles northwest of town. a few sprinkles south of town through charles and prince william county. mostly cloudy. most of the rain later this afternoon. teeratures will be cooler. a bit of a breeze. we will check in with adam caskey in about 10 minutes. >> 95 in maryland just had a crashed southbound close to 175. everything is open up to baltimore. this is southbound 270. it looks like the paveme is a little bit west. there is a crash in leesburg that is being documented on route 7. eastbound two lanes get by between the battlefield parkway and river creek parkway. westbound span of tyson's remains closed. r more details, let's go to alison and doug. >>
captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> good morning, washington. it is 6:00. i am doug mckelway. >> and i am greta kreuz in for alison. your traffic and weather tother every 10 minutes. >> we do have big probms on the american legion bridge. let's start with brian. >> ..prle clouds that are coming through. omempeturesrelem f b from below 60's in aexaniadr to 40's in parts of west virginia. >> it is rushed to get across the potomac river. outer loop drivers out of maryland using the american legion bridge, a high seas. it is a 15-foot boat that fell off a trailer. this is oy been working for about 20 minutes. outer loop, a boat off of a trailer on the american legion bridge in the left lane. now to top stories. >> thank you. >>> we begin with the latest on that dramatic police chase that ended with a dramatic shoot out. >> abc 7 was there, while police were following a murder suspect. courtney robinson is live with the very latest. >> good morning. all of this began with a double murder. officers are still investigating that this morning. they believe the suspect, blandford, kill
morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> let's start with brian van de graaff. just delightful day outside. >> temperature-wise, we may see some 40's out of there. 49 in walkersville. 53 in woodbridge. 59 in the district. another cool start. i anticipate mid to upper 70's today. a few high passing clouds. mid upper 70's or so before the day is done. let's take a look at traffic. >> thank you. good morning. we are in fabulous shape around at the beltway. no morning issues on 66. the was a minor crash on 95 southbound, but that has been moved out of the way. nothing to report out of richmond. over to thurgood marshall, we are good on 270 in the camera, southbound are the headlights at montgomery village avenue. >> thank you. >>> we are following a developing story. >>>> the manhunt for an abductin suecmat yma be over. e st tuation startedlaat night with a call from a woman who said she had been carjacked and kidnapped from a metro parking lot. matt brock has more. >> police would not confirm they havehe suspect
, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good friday morning. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. thank you for joining us. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> let's start with brian van de graaff. the rain has picked up again. >> the heavier bands of showers have been moving in. they're down towards southern maryland. they are working towards the metro. we will see a heavier band of rain from 95 to 270 eastward. it will move out of here by the afternoon. there'll be light rain west of the city. we're in the 50's this morning. damp with some drizzle out this afternoon. how is the commute? afternoon. how is the commute? >> so far, not too bad. there is anacntcide on the beltway. police and fire are headed that way. 270 corridor, there is construction. they are in the process of clearing out of the way. back to you. >> thank you. >>> our top story, 9/11 remembered. it was eight years ago when the first attack began. >> a day of mourning has become a day of service. the victims and the mourners will share the spotlight. we have more. >> grid morning. ther
you get into centreville. back to alison and doug. >> thank you. >>> president obama is saying the wod cannot get angry when the u.s. acts alone but still expects to fix the problems alone. >> the president will urge the group of 20 to work together. pamela brown is live at with a preview of the summit today. good morning. >> president obama has one more item of business in new york before heading to the g-20 summit. he will be talking about the dangers of nuclear proliferation. officials say the meeting will be different from the others. they will deal with the aftermath. the message todays recovery and restraint. it is a stark contrast from last april when leaders dramatically decided to decrease spending by $1 trillion. president obama will play host for the summit. he asked for a coordinated economic decisionmaking ahead of this message in pittsburgh today. >> now is the time for all of us to take our share of responsibility for a global response to global challenge. >> the president will focus on reining in big spending and borrowing. president obama has made it clear he doesn't w
. >>> good friday morning. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning, everybody. we have made it to the end of the week. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> let's start off with brian to find out what is on tap for today. >> it feels pretty comfortable this morning. there is some clouds -- there are some clouds around. we will go partly sunny. the numbers range from the upper 50's to 63 in springfield. fairly comfortable. your forecast, becoming partly sunny, warmer than yesterday. today, upper 70's. we will check in with adam caskey in 10 minutes. let's check in on the commute. >> the commute so far is so good. we're looking at things on the tell us greenway and the toll road. things moving smoothly. pretty good on the springfield trip as you head north on 95. just the growing volume as you head up from dale city. pretty good shape as you make your way around the beltway. there was some roadwo near river road, but that has been moved. as you go towards the capital beltway towards the icc work disown, no incidents to tell you about. nothing across the w
:00. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us on a thursday. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> we do have some rain coming down. how much rain are we going to get? >> as the day goes on, it will be kind of day gray day with cooler temperatures. you see a batch of showers off to work southwest and some off to our northwest. they are half year from -- not as much down to the south. as you head out, a few showers. temperatures in the low to mid mid 60's. let's check in with lisa. >> this is father hurley boulevard. delays to get into gaithersburg on the wet pavement. we take you to virginia. not quite as complicated here. growing volume out of millington to get up to the beltway. >> thank you. >>> later today, president obama will head to college park. >> this is his latest stop for health care reform. this comes one day after our first look at senator max baucus' bill. >> the tenure proposal comes with the cost of more than $850 billion. lawmakers are not showing much support for it. >> pamela brown is live thi
:00 on this friday. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. thank you for joining us on this rainy friday morning. time for your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> we do have some problems on the roads. let's start with brian. >> a couple of sprinkles are coming down. the heavier bands are along for the west and northwest of the city, over towards frederick in hagerstown. showers over the area. if they are not over your head, they will be there later. temperatures are remaining steady. that is your forecast. >> traffic is moving ok on 66. slowing on 95 d get across the occoquan, but everything is open. on the beltway in maryland, there was a crash on central avenue, but everything has been moved to the shoulder. >> thank you. >>> two men under arrest were reportedly taking aim at a local marine base. >> they say they wanted to kill members of the u.s. military. daniel boyd and hysen sherifi were part of a homegrown terror rings. matt brock is live in quantico with the latest. >> the plot coming from the indictment handed up yesterday. they are saying these men wanted to kil
morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. thursday. let's get started with your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> let's start with brian van de graaff. we had to switch the wind chill wipers this morning. >> there are some showers through montgomery county. some showers down through manassas, dale city, and the 95 corridor. showers probably through the first half of the day. then a cloudy and cool day. we will not get above 70 degrees. now for the commute. >> very smooth out for now. not too complicated around the beltway. north into baltimore, into the district. no complaints as far as traffic in leesburg. this is the dulles greenway and dulles toll road. 28 is the underpass. this shows you the wet pavement. now to top stories. >> thank you. >>> later toy, president obama will head to the home of the terrapins. >> the stuff comes one day after our first look at max baucus' health care bill. >> lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are not showing much support for it. >> pamela brown has more with what is lost at stake. >> in this latest bill, demo
wednesday. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. thank you for joining us. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> adam caskey is filling in for brian today. >> all day felt on the cool side yesterday. we have a significant amount of cloud cover. more clouds then sunshine. you will get those brief breaks. 56 in rockville. 58 in the district. 68 is the high temperature again this afternoon. a few isolated sprinkles are possible throughout the morning and even into the afternoon. tonight will be cooler than last night. there could be some frost out west. >> they are clearing overnight construction around the area. belvoir travel is ok. interstate travel will look good. -- beltway travel is ok. we do not have any accidents to report around the region. we have a couple of cameras to show you. the volume is in your favor. things are goodon the beltway in maryland. this is springfield. we will wind down with traffic out of leesburg on the toll road. everything looks good. >> thank you. >>> restart this morning with some breaking news in fairfax county -- we started this mor
bump because of work that is still under way. now to alison and doug. >> thank you. >>> we begin with a check on a developing situation out west. >> thousands of acres have been burned. the flames are threatening and mountaintop broadcasting complex near los angeles. pamela brown has the latest. >> the blaze has grown to the size of san francisco and is showing no signs of slowing down. more than 2500 firefighters are tackling the fires. many are focus on the battle of the mountaintop. from the air and land, firefighters are in a fierce battle with a raging fire that is on its way towards mt. wilson. there are 20 television and radio transmitters. >> this is treacherous. i wish i to be more optimistic. >> with high temperatures and low humidity, conditions are a dangerous recipe for the fire to pickup speed and spread. the fire may not be fully contained forever least two weeks. >> a lot of this vegetation has not burned in over 100 years. it will be a fire we have not seen in a long time in southern california. >> those who stay behind closed and added risk for firefighters. som
washington," on your side. >>> grid morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. -- good morning, washington. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> let's start with brian van de graaff and find out what today may hold. >> we will look for more similar conditions as yesterday. will say a few extra clouds this afternoon. 69 downtown. 61 at dulles. 60 in frederick. sunshine to start. a gorgeous day. temperatures in the mid 80's. will check in with adam caskey in the storm chaser. >> it was an overnight police chase that ended at 3:00 this morning on nework avenue. new york avenue remains closed in both directions. this is traffic coming out of maryland's into the district. it is blocked at south dakota avenue. also closed at bladensburg road. it is unclear as to how long new york avenue will be closed in both directions. the police chase ended this morning at 3:00 a.m. new york avenue closed in both directions. route 50 is open. kenilworth avenue ll take some heat. benning road, h street. you cannot get on to inbound new york avenue from bladensburg
of sunshine today for the start of the workweek and for the start of school. >> let's see what doug hill has to say. >> every now and then we get it a little bre of the clouds. let's give you a look at ourti storm scan. high pressure across new england. another storm centered west of the appalachian mountains. so far, very slight amounts of rain. that could change later in the week. our rooftop camera showing a lot of cloudbut a break everylow no andovhecast. theit over.st i its vyerco . ol i eaininstea tabou about upper'upper0s ' 'and just near - degree mark. we will talk about the possibility of heavier rain moving in here later in the week coming up in a few minutes. >>> we are continuing to monitor developments from montgomery county where a ride on the bus was involved in a head-on collision. the 61-year-old driver of the jeep was killed. he may have been suffering from a medical team to see at the time of the crash. passengers aboard the bus are going to be ok. >>>michael vick is spreading lessons he has learned from his mistakes. >> hard-shaped statues are stirring up controversy. >>
--www.ncicap.org-- >>>ood morning, washington. 6:00 on this tuesday. i am doug mckelway. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. let's start with brian van de graaff. >> we do have some showers out there today. we're seeing a few sprinkles in rosslyn. it will beti me y c manee sostee of the rain along the 95 corridor from wwfeun, prince wliam, sprinkles and most of it is hanging over northern virginia. we're in the 60's and not a big temperature shift. off and on showers and very much overcast skies. probably not a good ingredient to throw into the terrible traffic mix. >> that is true. it is up to you. be careful in the neighborhoods. many callers tell us there has been a crash. traffic out of virginia. crashed at the virginia end of the american legion bridge. it is along the left side of the road. this is torched virginia. they will be distracted, i am sure. now to top stories. >> everybody is having some more, back to work or back-to- school. we have team coverage and we will check in with pamela brown in just a few moments. >>> more students head back to school today.
, quality and price matter. jcpenney. >> you are watching abc 7's "good morning washington," with doug mckelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather, and lisa bade traffic. this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> in our top stories, in another defiant move, iran tested missiles capable of striking israel and europe over the weekend. they had a secret nuclear facility. the u.s. will hold their first direct talks with iran in 30 years. >> angela merkel has been reelected. her party won a third of the vote. should they will form a new government. >> a gas leak has forced the evacuation of a shopping center in forestville. high gas levels at a marshal's department store were detected. back in may, a gas explosion injured five firefighters. >>> william safire died yesterday at a hospice in rockville. he died of pancreatic cancer. he was a speechwriter at the nixon white house. he wrote for "the new york times." here wrote 15 books and more than 3000 columns. he was 79. >>> there is a push for the release of roman polanski. >> he was arrested on charges h
institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> good tuesday morning. i am doug mckelway. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. we will check in wi lisa baden with everybody on the roads. but first, here is brian van de graaff. >> it will be a wet day out there this morning. there will be showers off and on this afternoon. the storm system cannot move anywhere. mid 60's in d.c. mid 60's to near 70's with only the low 70's. here is your forecast. cloudy skies, a bitreezy airtimes. highs in the low 70's. everybody is back to school today. >> yes, they are. be careful on that wet pavement. they are wrapping up a crash between a rock for a pike and connecticut avenue. all the lanes are open. -- between rockville pike and connecticut avenue. already, plenty of headlights on 270. good into springfield and not bad on 66 this morning. now to top stories. >> thank you. >>> everybody is having some more this morning, back to schoolr back to work. we have team coverage. we will check in with pamela brown in just a little while. >>> more students are heading back to school. fairfax, prince william, and l
," with doug mckelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather, and lisa baden, traffic. this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> in our top stories, a deadly discovery in silver spring. police found a woman's body on the sidewalk outside an apartment building on castle boulevard. officers were called there after a report of the shooting. >> president obama will deliver a high stakes speech on health care. he is expected to lay out the specifics of this plant and push for bipartisan support. >> thousands of health care workers are under pressure to get flu shots. half of health care workers skips getting a seasonal flu shot last year. new york is requiring all health care workers get the shots. >>> station closures next month for metro. this is for columbus day weekend. green and yellow line trains will not operate into the l'enfant plaza stations. >>> word about a probable metro rate hike has a lot of wririders upset. metro is facing a deficit. the last fare increase was in january of last year. passengers do not want to see another rate hike. >> very bad. i
of u.s. intelligee. also tonight, award-winning film maker doug pray on hisnique look a the world of advertising, including the catch phrases that becampart of the american lexicon. "art & cy" is in select cits with more the way september 11. we're gl yurvee joined us. robet baer and doug pray coming up righnow. >> there's so many things that wal-mart ilooking forward to ing. like helping people live better but mostly we're looking forward to helping build stronger communities and lationships. because ofour help, the best is yet to come. >> nationwide insurae proudly supports tav smiley. tavis a nationwide insurance, woing to improve finaial literacy d the economic empowerment that comes wit it. ♪nationwide is o your si ♪ >>nd by contributions to you pbs stati from viewers like you. thank you. [captioninmade possible kcet public tevision] tony: robt baer is a former c.i.a. operative turned best-sellinguthor whose books include "see no evil" and "the devil we kno which is now out in paperback. he is also the intelligence columnist for time.com. he joins us tonight from berklei
investigation means for the future of u.s. intelligence. also tonight, award-winning film maker doug pray on his unique look at the world of advertising, including the catch phrases that became part of the american lexicon. "art & copy" is in select cities with more on the way september 11. we're glad yurvee joined us. robert baer and doug pray coming up right now. >> there's so many things that wal-mart is looking forward to doing. like helping people live better but mostly we're looking forward to helping build stronger communities and relationships. because of your help, the best is yet to come. >> nationwide insurance proudly supports tavis smiley. tavis and nationwide insurance, working to improve financial literacy and the economic empowerment that comes with it. ♪ nationwide is on your side ♪ >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. [captioning made possible by kcet public television] tony: robert baer is a former c.i.a. operative turned best-selling author whose books include "see no evil" and "the devil we know" which is now out in paperback. he
morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. we have much more on the fight for health care reform. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> i know we do have some rain just beginning to come down. >> it is very light in nature. i do think we will see some intensity with this rain into the afternoon and evening. 66 downtown. 70 in leesburg. 64 in bowie. temperatures around the low 70's or so with some rain showers developing later this afternoon and into the overnight. >> this is an uneventful ride right now. they did some construction on the beltway at the american legion bridge. things are running very smoothly across the american legion bridge. no problems at the wilson bridge. into the district, no issues to report. this is the shot of the american legion bridge. good through northeast and southeast. this is a map to show you travel times are in your favor. we will give you the green light on 95 from baltimore to richmond. no problems on 270. more on the traffic end hopefully newschopper 7 will be able to fly today. >> thank you. >>> preside
. >> good morning, doug. yes, especially when you consider those that are unemployed. 7 million jobs have been lost. unemployment is at a 26-year high. still, looking on the bright side, analysts say something. with unemployment expected to hit 10% by later this year, this labor day holiday is bittersweet. nearly 15 million americans who want a job cannot find one. >> there are no indicators yet that it is coming back. >> the economy was shedding jobs at a rate of 700,000 a month earlier this year. ere new un, tovha t show that over 200 thousand js have been cut, leading the rate at 9.7%, an improvement. >> down less is the new up, and where we want to go is where things actually do rise. >> analysts say upticks in the housing and other sectors are helping, but the week labor market is stalling the boom in consumer spending. polls show most workers are saving their money, holding out on hitting stores and hitting retailers in the pocket. >> what the economy has done to my savings. >> the hope is that the september, consumer spending will account for roughly 70% of the economic activity. s
morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. 6:00. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. thank you for joining us on the wednesday. let's start with your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> lease it is busy on the phone. brian has nothing but good news. -- lisa is busy on the phone. >> tropical stormri eri is a 40.o aesthet look at thes 40 t ou wiheerst. 44 in bunker hill. 54 in springfield. los 70's at lunchtime. just a few passing clouds. -- low 70's at lunchtime. >> 270 traffic is now able to get through. an accident has just been moved into the median. southbound at a frederick, it will be a lengthy drive. 355 is the way which have been encouraging everyone to go to head down to one 09. now there is a crashed east on 66 just before 495. the dot has turned the green arrow back to a red >>. delays begin from nutley street. kenilworth avenue and southbound where you're trying to decide, if i go left, i go into the office park. on right, i had down toward new york avenue. right at that decision parked there is a van broke in down to report
apologize again? james joyce, doug hyde, both my friends. i will begin with you, james, should he apologize again on the house floor? >> i don't think so, contessa. he apologized to president obama and frankly, i think that is enough. i think, if anything, we ought to be talking about joe wilson's own health care, which by the way is tricare, because he is a u.s. military veteran, a government-run program, provides world class, as he says, world class health care. joe wilson ought to be focused on the fact he has world class health care and ought to be working to make sure the people in the third district in south carolina, the people in this country also have world-class health care. i think he apologized enough. >> doug what is your take? >> one apology is enough. statements come from washington, d.c. every day. no better example of that than harry reid who said that president obama was a liar and refused to apologize. harry reid has a history of making comments down this, why he is down 11 points to danny tarkanian. made an apology. that is enough. >> here is the thing, guys. i think par
defense attorney doug burns out of new york. come on, renee is, mexico, extradite, the girlfriend to the u.s.? over somebody's mercedes? that's not happening. and i guarantee you this girlfriend col tell the police a thing or two. >> yeah, nancy they're going to start leaning on her for other reasons, perhaps being a party to some kind of homicide. i don't see how mexico is going to factor into any kind of prosecution in the united states if any crime appeared to have been committed in mexico. it's not happening over here. >> to doug burns, doug, this woman takes off to visit one of her two mexico vacation homes. she's never been seen again. and i understand the husband has changed his stories a couple times. >> yeah, it's going to be tough. what's crazy is the jurisdictional aspect like renee was saying. if the crime happened in mexico, they have to go through a full-blown extradition and that's going to make it a lot tougher. >> out to the lines, lisa in new york. hi, lisa. what's your question? >> caller: i just wanted to know were they together at the time when she disappeared? >> to m
into this rally kicking and screaming. then as doug cass said yesterday, he thinks the market has peaked for the year. what do you think s more likely scenario. >>> coming into this week, it was like, oh, people are gol going to come back and focus on what's in the equity markets. everybody who was away will get pulled in. and so given that and given the reaction to the strong numbers, i think that is why yesterday anticipates move was so rattling, you know, why we're spending so much time trying to figure out what happened. i have to say, because looking at the fundamentals, i continue to see, you know, the news getting better on balance. it's hard for me to see a dramatic context. >> so you did some work on historical recessions and rebounds. quickly, i know we have to go, but are we setting up here for a v of a kind of u or a lackluster -- >> the work that we did actually says that the zone we're in for that great ism number yesterday doesn't tell you a lot. in both cases, sort of in the slow recovery out of the last two recessions and the v-shape, the move from the lows to about wher
dry, but what about the morning? chief meteorologist doug hill has the weekend forecast. >> i think saturday morning will be bright and sunny. the belfort furniture weather center, live report all over. 62 walkersville, 62 hagerstown. it is clear to the north, more to the south because of the cool front moving through. the graphics overnight, clearing trend, 56-62 in the morning. heading into the weekend, it looks fine, high-pressure and sunshine. temperatures and the redskins? what about the next chance of rain? those questions answered in a few minutes. >>> the police need your help in their search for this man. the police in montgomery county say he has been breaking into cars and looking for your credit cards. the detectives tracked him down and potomac and he struck at least a dozen times, and only on the weekend. richard reeve has what else investigators have learned. >> this is an unusual crime spree. investigators say the suspect smashes into cars parked on the macarthur boulevard near the c&o canal. the thefts have occurred only on saturdays and only in broad daylight. thes
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